Hotels in North Island

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The veddy English Bayview Chateau Tongariro, at the foot of Mt. Ruapehu, celebrates its 80th anniversary this year. Hint: Book the McLaren Suite for... Read More

Black Barn is many things: winery, summer concert venue, modern Kiwi art gallery, restaurant, local farmers’ market, and lodging. What makes it... Read More

All but unknown in America, Eagles Nest is famous in New Zealand for its setting (directly on the water in the placidly beautiful Bay of Islands), the... Read More

Located on a working sheep and cattle farm in the North Island’s Hawke Bay, one of the country’s top wine regions, this 26–room lodge... Read More

Through New Zealand’s Seasonz Travel bespoke outfitters, you can rent a cloistered retreat on the privately owned 5,000-acre Great Mercury Island... Read More

This ship-like steel-and-glass hotel has a prime position on Princes Wharf with views of the Waitemata Harbour and city from its front suites. There's... Read More

In the best part of central Auckland—historic High Street—this boutique offering does its own rendition of deluxe Art Deco style. The 25 rooms are a... Read More

With its generous rooms and meltingly comfortable beds, the Sofitel has its attributes beyond the sleek, Pacific-inspired entrance. Located on the inner... Read More

Located on the banks of the grand Waikato River in New Zealand, Huka Lodge offers guests 25 charming, luxury suites, all of which are situated on the... Read More

Though it’s just 15 minutes’ drive from the geothermal wonders (and tourist hordes) of Rotorua, this sumptuous and secluded estate might as... Read More

A 13-suite hotel in a Victorian house not far from Ponsonby. Read More

Wellington’s best boutique hotel. Read More

The hotel fieatures private patios with views of the Coromandel Peninsula. Read More

Turangi, a trout fisherman’s town on the banks of New Zealand’s Tongariro River, is typically associated with 70’s-era lodges, where... Read More

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